Making decisions about whether to invest in community hospitals is difficult. Local politics and history often lead to flawed outcomes and sub-optimal, inequitable provision of such services. To combat this, durrow has developed a comprehensive and objective framework that enables commissioners to assess the needs of a local population including factoring in the access and geographic elements. This leads to a reasoned and resilient argument for investment decisions that can stand up to scrutiny.
Over recent years this framework that has been utilised in several health economies.